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Miss. Horse Park director to share park’s success story with national Extension leadership conference

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STARKVILLE, Miss.—The success of the Mississippi Horse Park will be shared with Extension professionals from across the country Monday [April 6] during the Joint Council of Extension Professionals’ Public Issues Leadership Development Conference.


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Mississippi State Medical Association and Mississippi State Department of Health Urge Mississippians to Stay Home Until COVID-19 Results are Received

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JACKSON, Miss. – The Mississippi State Medical Association (MSMA) and Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) are advising Mississippians who have been tested for COVID-19 to self-quarantine until they receive test results.



City of Louisville declares a State of Emergency; Noxapater notifies of plans

By BY MIKE ROBERTSON WINSTON COUNTY JOURNAL,

In a regularly scheduled meeting held on Tuesday, March 17, the Louisville Board of Aldermen officially declared a state of emergency to aid in dealing the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mayor Will Hill presented Emergency Declarations put forth by President Donald Trump and Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves.



Mississippi State Medical Association and Mississippi State Department of Health Urge Physicians Delay Elective Surgery During COVID-19 Pandemic

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JACKSON, Miss. – The Mississippi State Medical Association (MSMA) strongly supports the Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) recommendation for all physicians and providers to delay all elective surgery and invasive procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic.





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Eupora falls in softball playoffs to hot Philly team

By BY ROBBIE ROBERTSON WEBSTER PROGRESS TIMES,

Eupora’s softball season came to an end last week at the hands of the one of the state’s hottest teams.

The Lady Eagles lost both games to the Lady Tornadoes, falling 5-2 on Thursday and 6-1 on Friday as the Lady Tornadoes swept the series and advanced to the Class 2A state championship series.


Writing time

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Students in Mrs. Miller’s 5th grade ELA class at Ackerman Elementary School are doing an amazing job on their writing.  Students are moving right along with the writing process, and they are becoming top writers.



Master Gardeners and rainbow partner with Louisville Group Home

By BY ELMETRA PATTERSON,

The Winston County Master Gardeners Association donated two ‘raised salad beds’ for the Louisville Group Home (LGH), 465 Robinson Road. The gardeners plan to teach the residents gardening skills. The gardeners have communicated with Carol Mills of LGH and a decision has been made on the kind of plants the residents will want for this seasons.


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